Givenchy in the Great War
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- Last updated: 31/07/2017
In modern jargon, any damage caused to civilians in war is referred to as ‘collateral damage’ and we see its effects in news broadcasts. In the First World War, there were many villages and towns which were caught up in the fighting and suffered terribly. This is the story of one such village, which found itself on the front line and it is a tragic tale. The author charts the fate of this small but significant village, taking the reader through its suffering, almost day by day. Using first-hand accounts, regimental diaries and sketches, this is a first-class work, which puts the reader right in the spot where it all happened. Using this as a guide book, it is possible to walk the ground and investigate the battle of Givenchy.
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